Wet Clutch Slippage After Oil Change
I have a 96 Suzuki Intruder 1400.
My Intruder came from the previous owner with a half synthetic mix in it. I wanted to put conventional in it so I asked my Suz dealer if it would slip the clutch. He stated you can go from half-syn to conventional okay, but if you had full syn, you couldn't switch back to conv.
So I did the switch and now I have slippage in what appears to be first gear only. And it only slips is I somewhat crank the accelerator. A normal start from a dead stop will not slip the clutch. But if I gun it, it will slip.
I can't do it in the other gears.
I also don't seem to be able to do it after the bike warms up.
The unknown is, I don't know if this was like it before the only change because I never tried to gun it.
So two main questions: How do I fix it? Should I switch back to a conv/syn mix or should I do another conv oil change to more fully purge any syn that is still in the case?
Or, should I just leave it alone? Doesn't seem to be affecting anything during normal riding.